Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Adobe Fixes Numerous Flash Player Vulnerabilities

Adobe today released a new version of Flash Player that 23 vulnerabilities are fixed. Through the vulnerabilities an attacker would at worst systems can take over completely. Eighteen of the vulnerabilities allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the computer, such as installing malware.

Simply select visiting a hacked or malicious Web site or see getting an infected ad. Through the remaining vulnerabilities were able to retrieve information. In addition, protection against so-called "vector length corruptions" improved. Adobe recommends because of attacks from the past that both Mac and Windows users the update within 72 hours of installation.

It is common for cyber criminals following the appearance of Adobe Updates develop exploits to attack users who have installed the updates yet. In the case of Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 10 and Edge 11 and Microsoft Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 the embedded Flash Player will be updated automatically via the browser. The vulnerabilities have been fixed in Adobe Flash Player version (Extended Support Release) and Through this page,see what version is installed on the computer.

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